User Privacy: Excluding Elements in Recordings
Privacy matters. We work hard to make sure your data is secure and only available to you. We've built a tool to block sensitive customer information.
How to Exclude Elements in Crazy Egg Recordings with Selectors
To block elements from showing up within Crazy Egg Recordings using selectors, follow these steps:
1. Go to Recordings.
2. Click on Recordings Settings > Mask elements.
We'll automatically save the changes for you. That's it, you're done!
Note: This is the only and best method to exclude elements that sit behind a login page or gated page.
How to Exclude Elements in Crazy Egg Recordings Without any Code
Not sure how to use selectors? We made it super easy to click and block elements from being recorded without any coding knowledge.
For example, let's say I want to exclude the message text field on my blog. Here's how it looks on my blog:
To mask elements without any code, follow these steps:
- Enter in the URL of the page.
- Click on the element on the page.
- You will be asked if you're sure. Click on Sounds good to me if you approve.
The CSS selector you chose will automaticallybe added to the Mask elements with Selectors list.
Need to exclude elements that sit behind a login screen without using CSS selectors? Drop us a note at email@example.com if you'd like to request this feature.
Who can use this feature?
Owners and Managers can select which elements to mask.
Are there any elements that are automatically masked?
Yes! We automatically exclude the following elements for you:
- All text field inputs except for checkboxes and radio buttons (this covers names, credit card numbers, social security numbers, and etc.
- All elements with the "contenteditable" attribute
'input:not([type])', 'input[type=""]', 'input[type=text]', 'input[type=password]', 'input[type=email]', 'input[type=number]', 'input[type=tel]', 'input[type=range]', 'textarea', '[contenteditable=true]', '[contenteditable=""]'
What happens when Crazy Egg masks an element within a recording?
When you watch a recording and see an element that has been masked, you'll see a gray box over it which means it's blocked.